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The Last Kids on Earth and the Staff of Doom Review

A post-apocalyptic setting teeming with hordes of zombies and monsters is home to four courageous teens as they fight to save the city of Wakefield from the evil Malondre, Queen of the Slime Monsters. The Last Kids on Earth and…

Cosmic Top Secret Review

Cosmic Top Secret is many things. For one, it is the name of the video game this review focuses on but that itself is not even as simple as it seems. This game is an autobiographical adventure somewhat inspired by…

Train Station Renovation Review

There’s something very satisfying and relaxing about being presented a train station in complete disarray and tasked with cleaning, repairing and restoring it. Train Station Renovation is exactly as described. From removing all litter, tearing down broken benches and clearing…

Just Die Already Review

The first I ever heard or saw of Just Die Already was its description in an article and I instantly realised I needed no further information to purchase. Check it out below as it appears on the Microsoft Store: “Just…

Dark Nights With Poe and Munro Review

First introduced in The Shapeshifting Detective, another FMV title developed by D’Avekki Studios released back in 2018, fictional August Radio hosts Poe and Munro star in their own spin-off Dark Nights With Poe and Munro. Six episodes following a supernatural…

War Dogs: Red’s Return Review

Inspired by old-school arcade beat ‘em ups War Dogs: Red’s Return is a 2.5D brawler featuring an anthropomorphic cast. Having returned to the city after a year long absence Red finds the neighbourhood of his childhood friend’s bar is set…

Kursk Review

Loosely based on the actual events surrounding the nuclear powered Russian submarine known as the K-141 Kursk, developer Jujubee have endeavored to tell this tale in what they’ve marketed as “the first adventure and documentary video game inspired by real…

Isolomus Review

Isolomus is unique in many aspects but the most striking feature is easily its visuals. Presented in stop motion animation with hand sculpted plasticine, Isolomus is a gritty but charming horror adventure that can be completed in as little as…

Little Mouse’s Encyclopedia Review

Little Mouse’s Encyclopedia is a point and click educational experience aimed at children and is wonderfully presented in the style of a playable picture book. Playing as a mouse, four levels that span nine locations are rife with plants, insects…

Savage Halloween Review

It may not be October but Savage Halloween is here to provide an appropriately themed retro platforming shoot ’em up! Offering three characters to play as, each with a unique special ability, Savage Halloween challenges players with six worlds that…